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Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals

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Edited By: DE Wilson, RF Cole, JD Nichols, R Rudran and MS Foster
409 pages, 70 b/w illus, tabs, figs
Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals
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  • Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals ISBN: 9781560986379 Paperback Dec 1996 Out of Print #56409
  • Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals ISBN: 9781560986362 Hardback Dec 1996 Out of Print #56408
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Useful in both developed and developing countries, this book is a comprehensive manual for designing and implementing inventories of mammalian biodiversity anywhere in the world, and for any group, from rodents to open-country grazers. The book emphasizes formal estimation approaches which supply data that can be compared across habitats over time. Beginning with brief natural histories of the twenty-six orders of living mammals, the book describes in successive chapters the field techniques - observation, capture, and sign interpretation - appropriate to different species. The contributors provide guidelines for study design, discuss survey planning and statistical techniques, and outline methods of translating field data into electronic formats. An essential handbook.

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Textbook Out of Print
Edited By: DE Wilson, RF Cole, JD Nichols, R Rudran and MS Foster
409 pages, 70 b/w illus, tabs, figs
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